The Maricopa Integrated Health System 11 Family Health Centers throughout the Valley are designed to provide all your health care in one location, including primary care, dental care and pharmacy services.
One of five in Maricopa County, the Trauma Center cares for a wide range of critical injuries. About 50,000 patients receive urgent and emergency care in the center each year.
Maricopa Medical Center ensures that health care is available to all area residents giving paying and non-paying patients access to top quality medical care.
MIHS is the health care safety net for citizens of Maricopa County. The health system serves people of many races and nationalities who come from diverse cultures and speak several different languages. MIHS is committed to giving culturally appropriate, sensitive medical care and helping our patients live healthier lives. MIHS provides care for all that enter its doors.
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After an extensive review, the American College of Surgeons (ACS) reverifed MIHS' hospital as an Adult Trauma Center at Level I status. The designation is the highest level any trauma program in the country can achieve. The Trauma Program was first verified at Level I by the ACS in December 2008. Read More
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has identified Maricopa Integrated Health System as one of 55 Ebola treatment centers in the United States. The University of Arizona Health Network also was designated. Read More
Dr. Dean Coonrod, Chair of the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at MIHS, said the grants will be used to expand critical programs that support vulnerable women, including victims of domestic violence. Read More